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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

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    Amazing !!

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    Hi all: Since this thread is "Fun With", that is exactly what I am doing. Being a 76 year old Amateur, I have no bounds or restrictions on my time, and my taking liberties to make images I like. Here are two with the A7R. Both are montages. The foreground for both was made with A7R and 35mm FE Zeiss, ISO 400, f8, 1/125 second, camera on wooden railing for added steadiness. The sunset sky was same camera and lens, ISO 400, 1/125 sec f8, hand held. The sun rays sky was same camera and lens, 1/1600 sec f8. Bird from my collection added PP.
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
    Sony A7R, M Rokkor 40/2, The Hague
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
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    Untitled by Vivek Iyer, on Flickr
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    Minnie ALPA + A7R + Hasselblad 40mm CFE IF @ F22 quick stitch test
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    The ZE 1.8/55 is an outstanding lens. Imo there is no reason to prefer adapted 50mm lenses over the FE 55 on the A7r unless they offer something unique such as a Noctilux, Noct Nikkor, Konica Hexanon 60mm. I prefer the consistent output of the ZE when compared to what I get with the Summilux 50 asph, Summilux 50 non asph, Sonnar ZM 50.
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    Loving the FE35/2.8. From a trip earlier today.
    I converted it to mono within LR, but decided the blue sky and yellow went together nicely, so reverted to the colour.
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    Packed a D800, 80-400 AFS for a hiking but..eventually took them out replaced with an A7 and some lenses for the weight. FE 35f2.8 is incredibly sharp but the old Minolta 24-104D does not perform well....
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    Taken yesterday at a pheasant shoot in deepest Devon. A7r and 55/1.8FE.

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    Thanks, guys. Some more tests with the kit zoom (vignette added on post).

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    A7r, 'cron 90 asph, f5.6, 2.5 sec
    Lacquer dish. Not sure it works (reflections) but the camera did fine
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    What the hell is making that noise ...



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    I have been photographing harbours for a long time but this camera is at a whole different level.
    All handheld.







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    That's lovely Bart

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    I have been photographing harbours for a long time but this camera is at a whole different level.
    All handheld.
    They're fantastic Michiel. I sometimes visit a company in Schiedam right next to the seaborne crane dry dock. Amazing stuff, but I never really get time. Where are these taken?

    ........handheld speaks to me!

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    They're fantastic Michiel. I sometimes visit a company in Schiedam right next to the seaborne crane dry dock. Amazing stuff, but I never really get time. Where are these taken?

    ........handheld speaks to me!
    Thank you Jono! First one in Amsterdam and the other three in Ijmuiden.
    Rotterdam is more spectacular but it is farther and it is harder to get close to things or I don't know the right places.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michiel Schierbeek View Post
    Thank you Jono! First one in Amsterdam and the other three in Ijmuiden.
    Rotterdam is more spectacular but it is farther and it is harder to get close to things or I don't know the right places.
    I'm not sure that spectacular is really the point. These are just great photos. I wish I had more time when I was in Holland, usually I'm working in Schiedam or Moerdijk, but when works finished I'm keen to get home.

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    Same with me when I drive to Normandy or back; you just wanne get there as soon as possible. It is a state of mind one has to switch, very hard.
    In a working situation even more.

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    Made some on a tripod from far away in Ijmuiden with an FD 300mm.
    Food for the shake discussion.





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    Random stuff. . .


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    LM28/2 f/8


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    Two with the FE 1,8/55.




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    Dublin, Ireland. A7 with 28-70mm lens.













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    Starting series of Nikon MF classic lenses with the A7...200/4 Nikkor this time...all shot wide open in quite subdued early AM light...amazing! 11x17s are impressive.
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    Trams by night in Hong Kong, the first with the Samyang 14mm lens and the second with an 85mm lens, both on the A7R. Nettar






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    Nettar—I know exactly where that first tram was shot (I ran a workshop in HK this year, and will again next) and Michiel—if only those shots had not been ruined by shutter shake!!!!

    Actually, looking again at the images this page: lovely work everyone.

    I took delivery of a pristine (literally brand new) OM 50/2 macro today, but still have no camera to mount it on... (apart from the GX7, for which it is a bit front-heavy).

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    Counterpoint to Michiel's superbly symphonic pictures. Leica Summilux 50 on helicoid with A7R.[IMG]http:/
    DSC09926-1 par philippeberend, sur Flickr[/IMG]

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    Thanks Kit. We most likely both know Hong Kong well! And you'll know that, depending on the advertising hoardings, you can get excellent lighting even late at night. By "depending on the advertising hoardings," I mean that sometimes the colour of the light from large, illuminated advertisements can be ruinous. I remember an occasion when the light alternated from blue to white every two or three seconds; the white light was quite good, but the blue was not. You had to try to time your picture-taking so that it coincided with the white! Nettar

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    A7 at night! #1, #2, and #4 with the CV35/1.2 II. #3 with the Summilux-R 80/1.4


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    Some from closer by with my new FD 100/2







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    Michiel: didn't we photograph the same ship one time, me in Brooklyln, you in the netherlands?

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    I can't help myself - I love a B & W landscape. A7r and 55/1.8FE.


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    Just trying out my recently acquired Leitz 90mm f/4 M-Rokkor on some frisky squirrels checking out my bird feeders in a snow squall. This little 90 plus the 28 and 40 make a very nice light weight kit with the A7R. These are relatively inexpensive RF lenses that actually perform exceptionally well on the A7R. No need for FF corner corrections and no smearing either.

    Both are Leitz 90mm f4 M-Rokkor at f/4 on the A7R





    This one is a 100% crop from an image shot at f/5.6

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    A7 at night! #1, #2, and #4 with the CV35/1.2 II. #3 with the Summilux-R 80/1.4
    Great images Sherman. Do you recall what aperture(s) you used for your CV35 exposures?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlm View Post
    Michiel: didn't we photograph the same ship one time, me in Brooklyln, you in the netherlands?
    Could be. Ships sail
    Remember which one?
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    Thanks everyone for all the likes

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    Oil platforms.




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    A7r and 55/1.8FE.


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    Great images Sherman. Do you recall what aperture(s) you used for your CV35 exposures?

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    Thanks Graham - those pictures are f/1.2, f/4 (maybe f/5.6), f/1.4 on the LUX, and f/1.2 again for the last one.

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    Window backlit orchid with A7R+90mm M-Rokkor @ f/4.

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    1st shot with the Sony Zeiss 85 mm f/1.4 A mount lens, adapted using the LA-E4 adapter....my 35/55/85 kit is now officially rounded out....the lens is bulky, no doubt, but renders very well on the A7'S sensor, and this will serve well until a time when Sony releases a native, hopefully more compact fast 85 for the A7/R

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    Re: Fun with the A7/7R

    Quote Originally Posted by ashwinrao1 View Post
    1st shot with the Sony Zeiss 85 mm f/1.4 A mount lens, adapted using the LA-E4 adapter....my 35/55/85 kit is now officially rounded out....the lens is bulky, no doubt, but renders very well on the A7'S sensor, and this will serve well until a time when Sony releases a native, hopefully more compact fast 85 for the A7/R

    Nice shot.

    Are your Canon and Nikkor M mount 85's that ordinary/bad on the A7, or is this A mount that good (plus faster and AF)? Google'd the lens, it's definitely one big piece of glass.
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    Hi Keith!I just wanted an AF version. The aforementioned lenses work great for MF
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    Cold afternoon in Boston today. A7R, FE 35/2.8


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